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Responding to President Trump's Cincinnati rally, Ohio Democratic Party Chair David Pepper says it's no surprise that President Trump's is underwater with voters in Ohio.
Responding to President Trump's Cincinnati rally, Ohio's Democratic Party chairman said Friday on "America's Newsroom" that promises to Ohioans have not been kept and that's why Trump's poll numbers are lagging in the state.
David - Pepper - Trump - Promises - Ohio
David Pepper argued that Trump made "very specific" promises to Ohio voters about jobs and infrastructure in 2016, but questioned the results.
"The truth is, what he didn't talk about last night was all those promises. He can't talk about them because he's broken them all," said Pepper, accusing Trump of "doing nothing about" the closure of a General Motors plant in Lordstown.
Rally - Trump - Money - Cities - Democrats
At the rally, Trump condemned what he called the "wasted money" that has led to "blight" in inner cities run by Democrats. But he initially declined to specify which cities he was referring to, because as he put it, "we want no controversy."
"No one has paid a higher price for the far-left destructive agenda than Americans living in our nation's inner cities," Trump said. "We send billions and billions and billions for years and years and it's stolen money, and it's wasted money."
Today - Proposal - Democrat - Leaders - Legislation
"Today, I have a simple proposal for Democrat leaders to support legislation...
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